Hillary Clinton Takes on “Female Viagra”

By Crowdability, on Friday, March 4, 2016

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Hillary Clinton Takes on “Female Viagra”

Hillary Clinton is pissed off at a Canadian drug company. “I’m going after them,” she vents in a recent television ad. According to a recent study, the company’s new drug, touted as the “Female Viagra,” leads to just one-half of a satisfying sexual encounter per month. Blame Canada!

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